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Reading Together 2015 New!

The Living Great Lakes: Searching for the Heart of the Inland Seas, the 2015 Reading Together selection

The 2015 Reading Together selection is The Living Great Lakes: Searching for the Heart of the Inland Seas by award-winning Michigan author Jerry Dennis.

In the nearly 30 years that Jerry Dennis has earned his living as a freelance writer, he has emerged as one of America's most celebrated writers about nature and the outdoors. His essays in such publications as Audubon, Smithsonian, Orion, and the New York Times have won many awards and are frequently reprinted and anthologized. His eleven books have appeared on national bestseller lists, have been translated into five languages, and are taught in many universities and high schools. more...

Meet the Author: Jerry Dennis

  • Tuesday, March 3, 2015
  • 7 pm - 8:30 pm
  • Kalamazoo Central High School Auditorium
  • Free event; open to the public. No ticket required.

 

Reading Together In the News

WMUK: Listen to a new interview with author Jerry Dennis New!

MLive: Reading Together chooses "The Living Great Lakes" for 2015

 

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Reading Together History

The purpose of Reading Together is to build a stronger community with deeper connections through the common experience of reading the same book and exploring its themes together. When we do that, we engage and learn, not only about ourselves, but more importantly about each other and the world around us.

By experiencing the same book, hearing the author of that work speak right here in Kalamazoo, and delving deeper into the books' themes, we are able to embrace our similarities and differences from a common point of reference.

Very simply, when we read together, we grow together. 

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Reading Together Authors

Novella Carpenter Tracie McMillan Amy Waldman Luis Alberto Urrea Tracy Kidder David Guterson Rick Bragg Tim O'Brien James McBride

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About community reading and "One Book" projects.
 
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Books from previous years' programs.
 
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The Reading Together book selection process.
 
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The origins of Reading Together.